MacPractice announced today that it is providing its beta clients with macOS Sierra and El Capitan compatible versions of macOS native MacPractice MD, DDS, DC and 20/20 software. Earlier versions of MacPractice have been compatible with El Capitan since December of 2015. This makes it possible for MacPractice users who want or need new Macs to purchase them from Apple, as new Macs come with Sierra pre-installed.
Doctors and staff who are the sole users of a Mac and who have an iWatch can configure Sierra so the operating system senses their proximity and logs them in or out. This is a unique Apple advantage available to MacPractice users.
Apple publicly released macOS Sierra on September 20, its most recent update is version 10.12.1, and 10.12.1 beta 5 was released to developers and public beta testers in October. MacPractice does not recommend that practices using MacPractice software install beta software on the same computer with MacPractice.
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